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Old 10-09-2013, 02:46 AM
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E85

Is anybody on the forum running ethanol?
Planning on converting one of the ludes and i was wondering what ecus some of you guys are running and also if you guys know any dependable tuners in socal. Thanks in advance guys!

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Re: E85

You'll have to convert to something like Hondata or AEM EMS for E85 and also make sure you size your fuel pump, lines, and injectors accordingly. E85 burns faster than pump gas so just make sure you won't be pushing duty cycles past 80%.
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You'll have to convert to something like Hondata or AEM EMS for E85 and also make sure you size your fuel pump, lines, and injectors accordingly. E85 burns faster than pump gas so just make sure you won't be pushing duty cycles past 80%.
Ive been reading that i need to go obd1 for hondata, can just get a jumper harness to run that?
and thank you im well aware of e85 side effects, currently running it on my other car, its just that hondas are a bit different lol
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Re: E85

Yea, you'll need a jumper harness and OBD1 ECU. P72 or P28 is what you'll want to get. Only difference between the two is the P72 has IAB control for our stock intake manifolds.
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Re: E85

Very nice, Thank you.
Now i just need to look for a tuner
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